Pipeline construction starting in February 2023

More than 50% of our funding comes from people that live in communities around Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound. Please consider becoming a monthly supporter. Photo: Silke Labson … When Russia invaded Ukraine, everything changed overnight.

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F is for fires, floods, and fossil fuels

Take action! Help us to recruit more signatories … In September 2021, a diverse coalition of 200 organizations and businesses published an open letter calling on the BC government to commit to ten urgent climate actions to confront the climate emergency.

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Squamish! Vote for climate leaders!

Where do Squamish candidates stand on climate action? I'm really worried about the future of Squamish. Our community has become an “extreme example” of big-money influencing local politics and undermining democracy through manipulative disinformation campaigns designed to influence public opinion.

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Tomorrow! Open house for Woodfibre LNG

Tomorrow evening, Woodfibre LNG is hosting an open house in Squamish. Come out and ask the tough questions to hold Woodfibre LNG accountable! Woodfibre LNG open house in Squamish … WHEN: 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Wednesday 12th October, 2022 … WHERE:

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No More Stolen Sisters

Tomorrow is the National Day of Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation women and girls invite you to join us for a candle-lit vigil to remember and honour the victims, survivors, and families of this ongoing genocide. No More Stolen Sisters … WHEN:

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Two events to support Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation members

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Commemoration honouring our children and survivors … The Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation would like to invite everyone to gather as a community to honour, remember, and pay respect to the Survivors of Residential School & those who never made it home.

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This Thursday! Fracking the Peace + expert panel on Woodfibre LNG

This Thursday in Squamish, join us for a FREE community screening of Fracking the Peace, a powerful new documentary telling the story of community members living on Treaty 8 territory in Northeastern B.C. whose daily lives, homes, environment, and health have been changed by fracking in the region.

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